Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined 17 other state attorneys general in a lawsuit to force the Department of Education to enforce the Borrower Defense Rule. That rule would make it easier for students who attend for-profit colleges using federal ...Read More »
Maryland has made progress in improving its cybersecurity environment but must do more to invest as cyberattacks increase, the first full report by the state’s cybersecurity council said. Coming on the heels of Russia’s cyberattack on the U.S. election and ...Read More »
Finally. From Day 1 of the Donald Trump regime, Americans have known their president violates the so-called emoluments clause of the U.S. Constitution. He’s forbidden from leveraging the financial benefits of his vast holdings. He could hardly avoid breaking this ...Read More »
In one of those winner/loser charts often compiled after a General Assembly session, Attorney General Brian Frosh lands in the winner circle. His status as one of his party’s most respected members spiked up. The only caveat: more pressure to ...Read More »
A Takoma Park primary care practice has paid $250,000 to settle allegations of engaging in a fraudulent billing scheme to increase profits, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Tuesday. Complete Family Care PC, a practice owned by Dr. Suresh Khetan ...
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The drug Naloxone, often sold under the brand name Narcan, has become a critical tool in the fight against the opioid epidemic. But since the drug’s ability to counter overdoses became popularized in 2014, its price has more than doubled. ...
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A Frederick County doctor is paying the state $450,000 to settle allegations that she engaged in a fraudulent billing scheme to increase profits, Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Tuesday. The state alleged Sabiha Mohiuddin, a primary care physician who ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS —Maryland’s attorney general has joined 13 other states in supporting President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban. Brian Frosh said in a news release that on Monday he filed an amicus brief in the District Court for Hawaii. Hawaii has ...Read More »
In response to the Trump administration’s strong stance against undocumented immigrants, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has asked the Department of Homeland Security to designate courts, hospitals and schools in the state as “safe harbors,” meaning immigration officers cannot identify ...Read More »
Daily fantasy sports gaming in the state may owe its murky legal status in Maryland to the state’s top attorney. Brian E. Frosh, the first-term attorney general, bills himself as a lawyer who calls balls and strikes. His position on the ...Read More »